泰戈尔:《飞鸟集》之六2014-08-15
Do not linger to gather flowers to keep them, but walk on, for flowers will keep themselves blooming all your way.
故土的青青绿草2014-08-14
The old home town looks the same As I step down from the train And there to meet me is my Mama and PaPa .
诗篇:when you are old当你老了2014-08-14
When you are old and grey and full of sleep, And nodding by the fire, take down this book, And slowly read, and dream of the soft look Your eyes had once, and of their shadows deep.
托马斯·哈代(Thomas Hardy)诗篇选2014-08-13
The Shadow on the Stone I went by the Druid stone That broods in the garden white and lone.
关于逝世:死神,你莫自豪2014-08-13
Death Be Not Proud by John DonneDeath be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadful, for, thou art not so, For, those, whom thou thinkst, thou dost overthrow, Die not, poor death, nor yet canst thou kill me.
These Things Shall Never Die 这些夸姣不会消逝2014-08-12
The dreams of love and truth; 让咱们梦想着爱与真理的; The longing after somethings lost, 在失掉后为之感到爱惜的,
爱如清晨的阳光2014-08-12
Love Like Morning SunSo often, when Im alone with my thoughts,I feel your presence enter melike the morning suns early light,filling my memories and dreams of uswith a warm and clear radiance.
人生颂2014-08-11
A Psalm of Life by Henry Wadsworth LongfellowI Tell me not, in mournful numbers.
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Outside are insignia, shown in state; But here are sweet incense-clouds, quietly ours.
爱之物语2014-08-10
My love is like the grasses Hidden in the deep mountains. Though its abundance increase, There is none that knows.
拜伦爱情诗:旧日依依别2014-08-10
When we two parted In silence and tears, Half broken-hearted To serve for years, Pale grew thy cheek and cold, Colder thy kiss, Truly that hour foretold Sorrow to this! The dew of the morning Suck chill or my brow It felt like the warning Of what I feel now.
唐诗三百首(汉英版)-古意2014-08-09
There once was a man, sent on military missions, A wanderer, from youth, on the You and Yan frontiers.
唐诗三百首(汉英版)-贼退示官吏并序2014-08-09
In the year Kuimao the bandits from Xiyuan entered Daozhou, set fire, raided, killed, and looted. The whole district was almost ruined. The next year the bandits came again and, attacking the neighbouring prefecture, Yong, passed this one by.
爱情-美国诙谐作家比林斯2014-08-08
Friendship is like earthenware: once broken, it can be mended; love is like a mirror: once broken, that ends it. Josh Billings.
唐诗三百首(汉英版)-半夜吴歌2014-08-08
A slip of the moon hangs over the capital; Ten thousand washing-mallets are pounding;
唐诗三百首(汉英版)-春泛若耶溪2014-08-07
Thoughtful elation has no end: Onward I bear it to whatever come.
The Rose in the Wind 风中蔷薇花2014-08-07
Dream a life, In a dream, away. Like a dream In a sleep Is the rose In the wind;
Love's Witness 爱情的见证2014-08-06
Slight unpremeditated Words are borne By every common Wind into the Air; Carelessly utterd, die as soon as born, And in one instant give both Hope and Fear: Breathing all Contraries with the same Wind According to the Caprice of the Mind.
爱丽丝的缔造者的圣诞问好2014-08-06
Christmas Greeting From A Fairy To A Child by Lewis Carroll Lady, dear, if Fairies may For a moment lay aside Cunning tricks and elfish play, Tis at happy Christmas-tide.
The Wind 风2014-08-05
Who has seen the wind? Neither I nor you; But when the leaves hang trembling, The wind is passing through.
游水2014-08-05
Swimming I have just drunk the waters of Changsha And come to eat the fish of Wuchang. Now I am swimming across the great Yangtze, Looking afar to the open sky of Chu.
唐诗三百首(汉英版)-塞上曲2014-08-04
Cicadas complain of thin mulberry-trees In the Eighth-month chill at the frontier pass.
勉励诗篇:我想我能行2014-08-04
I Think I Can By Author Unknown If you think you are beaten, you are; If you think you dare not, you dont; If you want to win but think you cant; Its almost a cinch you wont.
芳华飞逝 年月留痕2014-08-03
There are gains for all our losses. There are balms for all our pain: But when youth, the dream, departs It takes something from our hearts, And it never comes again.
华兹华斯诗篇:吟游诗人2014-08-03
Minstrelsby William Wordsworth The minstrels played their Christmas tune To-night beneath my cottage-eaves; While, smitten by a lofty moon, The encircling laurels, thick with leaves, Gave back a rich and dazzling sheen, That overpowered their natural green.

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